Tabitha Simmons 'Hain' pointed toe sandal
37, 37.5, 38, 39, 40
Black leather 'Hain' sandals from Tabitha Simmons featuring a pointed toe, a brand embossed insole, a high stiletto heel, three thin front straps with side buckle fastenings and a silver python print front panel.
A familiar structure from Tabitha Simmons, this Baily ankle-strap sandal will lure you in with its luxurious leopard print calf hair, curvaceous cutouts, and corset-inspired laces. Dyed leopard-print calf hair (Italy) with suede trim. Open toe. Cutout vamp with buckle strap. Two buckle ankle straps. Side cutouts. Lace-up backstay. 3 3/4" covered heel. Padded leather insole; leather lines. Made in Italy.
Tabitha Simmons sources all her fabrics from one of the oldest mills in England - these wedge espadrilles have been crafted from black and white -striped silk . The high wedge heel is balanced by a generous platform, making them a comfortable warm-weather choice. Wedge heel measures approximately 105mm/ 4 inches with a 30mm/ 1 inch platform Black and white silk Buckle-fastening ankle strap Small to size . See Size & Fit tab .
Tabitha Simmons Toffee teardrop-perforated calfskin Leticia sandals styled with crisscross ankle strap and scalloped edging. 2.75" (70mm) heel, approximately. Open toe, toe band, crisscross ankle strap with silvertone buckle, leather-covered block heel. Buckles at ankle. Leather sole. Available in Toffee. Made in Italy.
Supple calf leather is sculpted into an ideal summer shoe with Tabitha Simmons’ Leticia sandal. Rendered in a luminous white hue, the modern strappy sandal is accented with a pattern of neutral flecks both printed and embossed as well a delicate scalloped trim that femininely frames each band wrapping around the foot. Shop the Look Styled with Thakoon Addition top , Thakoon Addition skirt , and Proenza Schouler bag . Calf leather Made in Italy Please note: This item may be returned for M'O Credits or full refund.
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